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Sherwood appointment made permanent
 Women's Football News 23 Sep 2014
Sherwood appointment made permanent - 23 Sep 2014 - Women's Football NewsYeovil Town Ladies FC are delighted to confirm that Jamie Sherwood's appointment as First Team manager has been made permanent. 
Sherwood took over on a temporary basis at the beginning of August after it was announced that Sarah Lawler was standing down following her recent appointment as the FA Regional Elite Women's Coach Developer (South West).
Club Chairman David Mills said: "Since he took over Jamie has been very impressive and it is clear that he has exactly the approach and ethos we need for the club to continue to develop. Originally we planned to review things at the end of the season but the Board felt it was pointless waiting until then if we were already certain that Jamie is the long term solution to the first team manager role.
"With Jamie as First Team Manager, Pete Amos (Head Coach), Chris White (Assistant Manager), Michelle Yeowell (Reserve Team Manager), plus the rest of the Coaching team and back room staff we have a great set up to drive the club forward."

Commenting on his long term appointment, Jamie Sherwood said: "This is a club which has an excellent pedigree and its potential within the FA WSL is exciting and I am honoured to have been given this opportunity to be its First Team manager.
"We have a very competitive squad with top class talent at the club and I am looking forward to continuing the work we have already started and the challenge for us all now is to build on this work and aspire to be a FA WSL 1 club.
"We are determined to give the supporters the kind of attacking football and success that we are all looking to achieve.
"To be manager of this club is a dream come true as it shares my philosophy, values and principles and I believe we both can grow and develop the whole club to achieve its fullest and become the best women's football club in the South West."

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